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Looking for info on or experiences with this older William Shaw design. I shall be sailing in all directions from NC, both intracoastal and Gulf Stream crossings. I have been mostly looking at Tartan 34''s, Bristol 34 & 35, and Cheoy Lee 31-33. I know this is a mixed bag, but these are boats that attract me in my price range. Thanks.
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Pearson 33 K/CB input please

Post your questions about this boat on the Pearson email list. There are several P-33-1 (to distinguish it from the P-33-2 produced starting in 1986) owners on that list.
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Pearson 33 K/CB input please

we sail an "older" (''73) Bill Shaw designed Pearson 33 out of Oriental. We''ve had the boat for years and love her. the boat was built with 2 interior layouts. Ours is the competition, the other is the more comfortable cruiser. We draw under 4 ft with board up and the mast is 45 ft which means we can get under the bridge at Oriental. My family had a Vangurad when I was a teenager, I think this is a beter sailing boat, even if not as pretty.
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